Humbolt State University
A degree from the Forestry and Watershed Management Department at Humboldt State can equip you to indeed grow, cut down and replant and re-grow trees (Production Management Option) but you can also learn how to manage forests to make them more fire resistant (Wildland Fire Option) or to accelerate old growth characteristics or other intrinsic values of forests (Forest Conservation Option).
The Department administers several different academic programs at the undergraduate and graduate level.
Bachelor of Science Degree
Humboldt State offers educational programs in Forest Hydrology, Forest Production Management, Forest Resources Conservation, and Wildland Fire Management leading to the Bachelor of Science in Forestry that are accredited by the Society of American Foresters (SAF). SAF is the specialized accrediting agency recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation as the accrediting agency for forestry in the United States.
Forest production management
Wildland fire management
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Phone: (707) 826-3935
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